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Did the ATO get the granishee through the courts?
You need to get a copy of that letter and see what it says. If it is not under a court order then you have to sue then under the section they issued it under. Also you should have been warned before they did this.
Did you get anything?
What are you willing to offer the ATO?
They will not withdraw it without you making them an offer to pay.
Here is some information about the order.
If you offer nothing even taking it to the court will be a waste of money.
You have to speak to them directly. Get the letter from your employer or call the ATO and speak to them.
You have to ask them to make arrangements with you to amend the circumstances.
If they refuse then you have to go to court and get an injunction and seek the court make an alternative order.
You have to provide both the ATO and the Court a financial statement showing your income and expenses before they will consider any change.
I hope this makes sense and is of assistance.
I am following up my last post. Are you still in need of assistance?